Hattin, July 4, 1187
·The Templars will not break unless the King or Gerard de Ridefort is dead or the baggage has been overrun (all elements destroyed). When either of them die or the baggage is gone they break as normal.
·Crusader baggage is mobile.
·Crusaders set up behind Turan between the two hills
·The brush is very dry and flammable. Any foot may stand may spend one pip to set the brush on fire. Once on fire the fire spreads 6" per turn and becomes an uncrossable obstacle. Acts like fog for firing effects.
·All brush counts as difficult going and blocks line of sight. Any troops deployed in the brush (all hills and the area between Meskanah and Karf Sabr) are hidden.
·Ayyubid commands are set up as follows
oTaqi Al Din on the Horns of Hattin
oGokbori from the edge of the North hill back and as far over as Maskanah
oSal al Din all along the Southern baseline up until the Horns of Hattin
Raymond of Tripoli (Troop Commander)
C in C, Guy, King of Jerusalem (Field Commander)
Gerard De Ridefort, Master of the Templars (Field Commander)
13 EE, Break 5
Sal al Din, Sultan of Egypt (Inspired Commander)
Taqi al Din (Field Commander)
Gokbori (Field Commander)